Why See New York Philharmonic - Brahms's A German Requiem?
Magic and poetry in Brahms's greatest work
A work colored by grief felt by the composer following the deaths of his mother and close confidant Robert Schumann, Brahms's Requiem is a profoundly moving piece that, despite its religious roots and themes of mourning, inspires hope in humanity for those left behind. First performed with the man himself conducting in April 1868, it continues to be one of the repertoire's most enduring set pieces, full of beauty and heartfelt emotion that seldom fails to move concert goers, from the novice to the seasoned.
Large in scale and his longest work, the New York Philharmonic will be joined by guest vocalists Ying Fang and Matthias Goerne, with the Concert Chorale of New York completing the line up of talent under the baton of Jaap Van Zweden.
Opening night: 7 February 2019
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